In Germany, this sign is known as Sig-rune
i.e. similar to the victory rune . This
variation is called Donnerkeil, thunderbolt. It has been used by the Dutch Nazi
party and one
of the two British Nazi parties.
The original form is in Group 16, the rune for yew tree, from the earliest runic alphabet. Because of its long growing period, yew has a very dense and strong wood, and was used to make battle bows, the most dangerous weapon during the Viking era.
Note that the rune is sometimes carved , the old sign for battle, victory, and danger.
Compare with in Group 15.